Visual Art


Tyler Udall
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Foto Friday

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This week on Foto Friday, each photographer offers you a glimpse into a dazzling, colorful world that could never have been seen by the naked eye. Have a wonderful, seamless weekend.   Image © Michael Färber Image © Laurencja Zurek Image © Rosaline Shahnavaz Image © Flavia Catena Image © Natalia Shlyakhovaya Image © Gianfranco Romano…

Tania Innocenti Flickr
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Foto Friday

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In this installment of Foto Friday, each photographer offers a moment of reflection. Perhaps a moment of truth. But remain the inquistive child you once were. Not everything the light touches is real, sometimes you need to close your eyes and surround yourself with darkness to truly see. This weekend, be weary of images. Especially your own….

Joanna Keler flickr
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Foto Friday

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If you’ve ever wondered what makes a man tremble with fear, you need look no further than the mysterious realm of horror movies. By now, you should know the horror of certain images lives simply in your mind. Fear of the unknown, the undead, the unassuming. As most horror movies are directed by men, it’s no wonder women and…

hudson christie work-life balance
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Work-Life Balance: An Interview with Artist Hudson Christie

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More often then not, we find ourselves waking up at 7 AM and making the trek to a job we really have no business doing. We leave our hearts at the door, and with it the fourteen-year-old self we promised a life of magic, beekeeping, that full-time larping gig. In the award-winning series, Work-Life Balance, Toronto-based artist…

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The Element of Surprise: An Interview with Artist Li Hongbo

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We live in a time of constant war, financial fallout, flippant extinction, an entire society governed by SEO and engined by terror, cosmetic manipulation in utero, celebrity worship, athlete worship, religious mayhem and the death of God, fear of police, fear of everything; our children can DM terrorists on Twitter, fly to Istanbul and cross into…

You’ve driven down city freeways, seen the murals, and made some questionable driving decisions to take an Instagram-worthy picture. Here in Los Angeles, our filter is called smog, and our hashtag is #GoForth. Forth Magazine is a publication for the modern art enthusiast. We're an art journal that caters to the 21st Century eye, pulling from prints you'd see in photography magazines to illicit installations you'd catch street side. We find artists who get what it means to growl forward into the next generation of expression, and we put their art online right here. We’ve got painters, photographers, sculptors, and filmmakers. We’re an art magazine that shows every gritty and glamorized part of Los Angeles or New York or Bali or your backyard, or the less tangible thing that is the mess inside an artist's mind. You don’t have to be from L.A. to love FORTH artists. We're just here to remind our readers that Los Angeles continues to be a place where incredible art is discovered, curated and published. And though we're based in L.A., our exhibitions are not exclusive to local art. FORTH is always looking to expand our online art gallery fro fine artists around the world. We're gaining an extensive art portfolio for the digital art fanatic and giving you an exclusive inside look. Check out the posts, leave a comment, or tweet us what you think. Submit your work to art@forthmagazine.com.

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